CLICHY: 2005 FA CUP FINAL REVIEWED

Frenchman Gael Clichy won three trophies at Arsenal during his time at the club including the 2004/05 FA Cup. Apart from winning the FA Cup, the left-back also won the 2003/04 Premier League title and the 2004 Community Shield.

CLICHY ABSENT IN WIN OVER SION

Frenchman Gael Clichy was a major absentee for Servette FC of Switzerland as they returned to winning ways with the 2-1 victory at home to FC Sion in the Swiss top flight. Gael Clichy missed the game through suspension after he was sent off in the previous league game.
Clichy was given a red card with five minutes left to play during the 2-0 loss to hosts FC Basel in the league. Servette ended the game with nine men as a result of the red card to Moussa Diallo and Gael Clichy.

GUARDIOLA: CLICHY REVEALS GREATEST STRENGTH

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is already one of the most successful managers in the history of the Premier League despite the fact that he has spent justa little over five years in England. He has won a lot of trophies for Manchester City since he resumed as their manager in 2016.

Gael Clichy played under Guardiola briefly and he's amazed at the way the Manchester City boss has been able to bring the best out of his players. He made this known during a chat with the Gab and Juls Show.

CLICHY: SWISS LEAGUE STATS UNVEILED

Veteran French left-back Gael Clichy was a free agent before Swiss top flight side Servette snapped him up towards the end of last year. Gael Clichy put pen to paper on an 18-month deal when he joined Servette in December 2020.

Ex-Arsenal and Manchester City defender Gael Clichy is the undisputed left-back in the Servette starting XI this season. He has played 14 times for Servette in the Swiss league this season. Clichy has a return of one goal and one assist in 14 league outings for Servette this term.

Gael Clichy made his 14th league appearance of the season as Servette beat visitors Grasshoppers in a five-goal thriller to secure seventh spot on the log. Clichy played the entire duration of the Grasshoppers game which took place last week Sunday.

SERVETTE LOSE FURTHER GROUNDS ON BASEL

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Servette have increased the points deficit to league leaders FC Basel in the Swiss top flight after a second successive draw. In their last league outing, Servette were forced to a 1-1 draw by visitors Lausanne. The home team took the lead through Bosnian winger Miroslav Stevanovic on 32 minutes but were unable to preserve the lead until the half-time break.

CLICHY SAYS CITY COULD FACE A STRONGER CHALLENGE THIS SEASON

The new English Premier League season is well underway and even though it's only one matchday that has been exhausted, the fixtures of the opening day did not disappoint in terms of meeting the expectations of fans worldwide. There were thrilling matches across the different venues in the country and there were a lot of goals scored as well.

However, a certain fixture which attracted the attention of a lot of people failed to produce more than a goal as current Champions Manchester City fell to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, thanks to a Heung-Min Son's brilliant effort from outside the box.

CLICHY: CITY COULD CONTINUE PREMIER LEAGUE DOMINANCE

Manchester City could be gradually entering into an era where they would become a dominating force in the English Premier League, according to the club's former player, Gael Clichy. The former player has revealed that if things continue to be how they are, then Pep Guardiola could be preparing Manchester City for a couple of years of bossing the rest of the clubs in the league city have, in the past, made it clear that they are not in the league to joke and are ready to spend huge sums of money if they need to, in order to acquire all the players they need to challenge for titles.

CLICHY: FRENCH NATIONAL TEAM CAREER REVEALED

Experienced French left-back Gael Clichy started his national team career with France in the youth team. He earned caps at every level in the colours of the French national team starting with the u-15s.

Gael Clichy was a late addition to the u-15 team under the guidance of coach Luc Rabat. He played for the team for the first time on March 13, 2001 in a 3-0 win over Italy in a friendly game. He was with the u-15s for the Montaigu Tournament which was won by Gael Clichy and his teammates. He played three matches for the France u-15 team on the way to winning the tournament.

GAEL CLICHY:ARSENAL CAREER EXAMINED

Servette FC of Switzerland left-back Gael Clichy spent one season with the first team squad at Cannes in his native France before he left the club to sign for Arsenal in 2003. He spent almost a decade with the Gunners and it was the most productive spell of his career in terms of the years spent at a single club.

Apart from Cannes and Arsenal, Gael Clichy also played for clubs like Manchester City in the Premier League, Turkish Super League champions Istanbul Basaksehir and his present club Servette.

Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger played a big role in him signing for the Gunners in 2003. Gael Clichy was part of the Arsenal squad that went unbeaten throughout a single season. The Gunners didn't taste a single defeat as they won the title during that season.

GAEL CLICHY: NATIONAL TEAM CAREER REVEALED

Gael Clichy played for the French youth teams at all levels before featuring 20 times for the senior team over a five-year period. The ex-Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir left-back didn't enjoy the best of times at senior level on the international football scene as he was always overlooked by the French national team managers.

Gael Clichy received several call-ups to the senior team in 2008 but he didn't make his debut for Les Blues until the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier with Serbia in September 2008. He was in the starting line-up for the Tunisia and Austria games in October 2008. The Tunisia game was an international friendly, while the game against Austria was a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier.

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